This has been a pretty busy week. Jan and I found out that we are going to be grandparents. Josh and Alicia are expecting their first child in July. Basketball continues, as does all the usual stuff of life. I promise that I will get the third post in the series on table fellowship out this next week.
Well, the man who has been president for the last four years will be president for the next four. I still believe that our mission as followers of Jesus has not changed a bit, nor will it change after the elections in any year. Having said that, let's move on the the links of the week:
Good words from Kansas Bob on Ecclesiastes 11:4.
Following Jesus beyond the culture wars.
Dan Edelen on the 2012 elections.
Bonnie May on love and skim milk.
Jeff Dunn on darkness.
Were some early church elders also bond-slaves?
If anyone wants to pay for Jan and me to go on this, you won't hear us complain. :)
Remix of Luke 13:4-5.
And all shall be well...
Dan Allen on a disappointing day.
Jon Acuff's election post.
The problem of learning from strangers.
Dining in the valley.
Alan Knox on hospitality.
I believe this is a good thing.
Something good to think about.
American evangelicals and militarism.
Have a wonderful, blessed week.
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